Felipão is the fourth best paid coach of the world
Daily Mail survey points that coach's payment is around US$ 3,9 millions a year; Italian who commands Russia gets US$ 11 millions
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The responsibility asked of the commander of the Brazilian squad in its search for the sixth world title has given coach Felipão quite a financial reward. According to a survey held by British newspaper Daily Mail, Brazil's commander is the fourth best paid among those to dispute the World Cup. The coach's income is around US$3,9 millions a year.
The distance from the best paid of them all - Fabio Capello, from Russia - to the last one - Miguel Herra, from Mexico - is overwhelming. While Russian coach gets US$ 11millions a year, the other gets "only" US$ 207 thousand.
Roy Hodgson, from England, is the second best paid, with an annual income of US$ 5,7 millions , and Italian Cesare Prandelli is the third, with US$ 4,2 millions. Ottmar HItzfield, from Switzerland, closes the top 5, earning US$ 3,7 millions a year.
Coaches more hyped, such as Joaquim Low, from Germany, and Vincent Del Bosque, are in the top 10.
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Fabio Capello (Russia) - R$ 25 millions Roy Hodgson (England) - R$ 13 millions Cesare Prandelli (Italy) - R$ 9,6 millions Luiz Felipe Scolari (Brazil) - R$ 8,9 millions Ottmar Hitzfeld (Switzerland) - R$ 8,3 millions Joachim Löw (Germany) - R$ 8 millions Vicente del Bosque (Spain) - R$ 7,4 millions Louis van Gaal (Holland) - R$ 6,1 millions Alberto Zaccheroni (Japan) - R$ 6 millions Jurgen Kilinsmann (USA) - R$ 5,8 millions Didier Deschamps (France) - R$ 4,8 millions Paulo Bento (Portugal) - R$ 4,8 millions Carlos Queiroz (Iran) - R$ 4,6 millions Jorge Sampaoli (Chile) - R$ 3,9 millions Jose Pekerman (Colombia) - R$ 3,7 millions Ange Postecoglou (Australia) - R$ 3,1 millions Oscar Tabarez (Uruguay) - R$ 2,8 millions Sabri Lamouchi (Ivory Coast) - R$ 2,3 millions Vahid Halihodzic (Algeria) - R$ 2,2 millions Marc Wilmots (Belgium) - R$ 1,9 million Fernando Santos (Greece) - R$ 1,9 million Alejandro Sabella (Argentina) - R$ 1,8 million Hong Myung-Bo (South Korea) - R$ 1,7 million Luis Fernando Suarez (Honduras) - R$ 1,4 million Reinaldo Rueda (Equador) - R$ 1,2 million Jorge Luis Pinto (Costa Rica) - R$ 980 thousand Volker Finke (Cameroon) - R$ 879 thousand Stephen Keshi (Nigeria) - R$ 870 thousand Safet Susic (Bosnia) - R$ 786 thousand Niko Kovac (Croatia) - R$ 602 thousand James Kwesi Appiah (Ghana) - R$ 561 thousand Miguel Herrera (México) - R$ 467 thousand
Translated by Raquel Sodré